A researcher at the service’s Weapons and Materials Directorate lays out a vision for additive printers on the battlefield.
Apple and Google top the list for the third year in a row.
Many agencies today are still using cloud computing similar to 2010, one official says.
In recognizing National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, Nextgov will be shining the light on what’s being done in government to raise the cybersecurity awareness and the multitude of challenges federal agencies face.
Are the 6s and the 6s Plus calling your name?
The project aims to figure out how to monitor and treat the human body with its own nervous system.
This big computing innovation relies on a throwback to the 1990's.
NSA Spying Violates Privacy Rights, EU Court Rules
By throwing out a key international agreement, the ruling delivers a blow to global tech ...
Americans Love Technology—but They Want Their Privacy Back
A new poll shows people have mixed feelings about the growing reliance on digital ...
Could We All Have Cyber Doppelgängers in the Future?
The idea of a world with "mind clones" may not seem so crazy after all.
How Many Websites Are There on the Internet?
So, so, so many.
Video: The Easiest Ways to Back Up Your Files
Not backing up your files is a huge risk. Stop it.
ACLU Argues for Right to Sue NSA for “Upstream” Surveillance
After getting rebuffed in 2013, privacy lawyers are trying again to convince a ...
NSA Head: Loss of Access to Metadata Will Hurt Intelligence
The director of the NSA says the Freedom Act will slow and hamper intelligence ...
Agencies Harnessing Data to Make Your Visit to a Government Office More Bearable
Feedback USA is a system of kiosks that allow citizens to ...
Silicon Valley Shouldn’t Let China Strong-Arm it Into Spying
With companies under mounting pressure to aid abusive government surveillance, ...
Agency Data Chiefs on the Move -- Some Out of Government
A handful of data chiefs have packed up and left their agencies -- or government ...